A recreation of original Stunner project lost due to HDD crash back in 2006. Re-landed demos, remixed soundtrack and recaptured in high definition at 60 frames per second. For more authentic look check out the anamorphic 24 frames per second Retro Edition of Stunner Revisited. Download links available if reached 100 subs on YouTube.
Posted by BaMoFu @ 07:36 CST, 18 December 2018 - iMsg
OMG it's Christmas!!! (well almost)
Come join us for some exercise on sunday the 30th. For each year the weight put on in connection with christmas gets harder and harder to wear off, you grow older and staler, just like Quake and CTF xD. But next year it will all be different! We will have a new Quakeish game with a new ctf mode and millions of players (right?). Sadly we are not there yet. We still need YOU for 2018's last OMG Quake Live CTF draft cup.
We are going with the same format as previous cups, in other words; you have to sign in on https://qlstats.net/ and make your stats public. Otherwise creating teams will be a complete nightmare. Hope to see you there and bring a friend or relative.
SIGN UP starts on sunday the 30th at 10:00 CET Time: 06:00 CST, 30 December 2018
* Meeting place: https://discord.me/omgleague
* Sign up start: 2018-12-30 00:10:00 CET
* Sign up end: 2018-12-30 13:30:00 CET
* Checkin starts: There will be no checkin for this cup
* Checkin ends: There will be no checkin for this cup
* Tournament start: 2018-12-30 between 14:00:00 and 15:00:00 CET
* Format: 5v5 CTF. Depending on the number of teams we either play as one group or split up into two. All teams within the groups play each other as best of 3. Best 2 teams to play in final.
* Map pool: Japanese Castles, q3wcp9 (Spider Crossings) and Infinity
* Bracket: coming soon!
* Everyone is welcome to play, no elo requirements
* Don't sign up if you can't play
* Admins decision is final
* Omega will host the servers on Frankfurt
* Points are given for mapwins, if mapwins alone can't declare a
winner of the group the number of captures will decide.
This weekend we have 4 Australian players heading across for Dreamhack Winter 2018 this weekend. As such I decided to get a few of the boys interviews as well as a couple of international players. Two teams Corvidae and and Cooked eSports will be sending Daniel 'dandaking' De Sousa, Tyler 'Steej' Joseph, David 'ZenAku' Addati, Marcus 'Dirtbox' Cooke and (a bonus) Cameron 'CMRN. We also sat down with both American phenom Moses 'psygib' Salas and the 2017 Quakecon Sacrifice winner Kyle 'Silencep' Mooren.
Tune in at 14:00 CST, 20 November 2018 for the grudge match of the year between Clawz and Weird. Is Clawz just a lucker or a skilled QL dueler? Does Weird have his shoes on the right foot? Tonight's result will settle these questions once and for all!
With TimCon 6 in the books, it’s time to reflect on what a time it was. With record numbers of international attendees, and many veterans of the tournament series, it was a wonderful blend of new and old. Four tournaments over three days saw the coronation of four new champions.
On Friday it was the hectic styling of Challenge ProMode Arena that took to centre stage. A legend of the game, gaiia, took the trophy home, but not without issue. In just the second round of the winner’s bracket, oni made the upset happen in close 2-1 fashion. A fire was clearly lit, as gaiia refused drop a map in the rest of the tournament, taking the scalp of fellow Finn ch1LLmA, his revenge on oni and finalist Kane on his path to victory.
Quake Champions 2v2 made its TimCon debut on Saturday. Many colourfully named teams ended, the one that was all business unsurprisingly took the medals. Newcomers to TimCon, representing TeqR esports, Bagelzend and Taka held their serve, dominant vs. inferior competition, not succumbing to LAN jitters. New to Quake Champions and 2v2, Quake Live top finishing mainstays nerVzzz and Lord Jellington took third, with GMT and xijjik placing a respectable second after a very shaky start.
DOOMBRINGER, made by TimCon attendee Kristus, made another appearance at TimConLAN. While the undisputed #1 StinkLikeSock was unable to make it this time around, there was, as ever in DOOMBRINGER, a lot to play for: Champagne, £100 and pride. CrazyAl finished third, following an upset (cos he got upset) win over eventual second place finisher, the silver surfer, GMT. gaiia, much less experienced in the game, but a true monster on LAN, took the lion’s share of the prize pool, and popped the bottle soon after to celebrate his second TimCon championship.
In Sunday’s Quake Live, the pinnacle of TimCon competitions, everything had changed, and yet so very little. Without Lup1n to ruin the fun, or StinkLikeSock to upset a more studious player, it was gaiia and oleedee‘s turn to play foil. In winner’s round 2, on every fast/small/cpm ported map in the pool, gaiia edged out a 2-1 victory over nerVzzz, the favourite, sending him to the sharks. Soon after, oleedee was as surprised as anyone when he defeated gaiia 2-0, earning his birth into the grand finals. nerVzzz came through n0cturn3 and CropCircles to reach his fated rematch. On Silence, in a Bo1, he did it. For the fourth time in a row nerVzzz made the final. History did not repeat itself. For the first time, he won. The curse had been broken. oleedee took 2nd and Gaiia 3rd. Another weekend well spent.
Credit to orgnaiser CrazyAl, hosts Horizon E-Sport Club and every international player traveling to be with us. Special thanks to GMT for writing these words, to Loni for making our amazing trophies and to everyone who attended TimCon 6. You’re all amazing people.